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Artist David Phillips created a sculptural panoramic diorama of Machu Picchu for Rosaliné in West Hollywood.

Restaurants have an appetite for art

Paintings, murals, sculptures and installations show a restaurant is serious about the total sensory experience of its guests

It’s common to hear chefs muse about creating art on the plate. But the inedible works of art that become part of a restaurant’s design can contribute just as much to the guest’s experience, and operators today are putting a lot of thought into infusing the dining space with curated pieces that set the tone — and support relevant artists.

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